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adding it is a violation of several u.n. security council resolutions and a threat to u.s. and international security. according to the north korean state media the nation set off a device underground at a northeastern test site. experts say north korea is working to build weaponry small enough to fit on long-range missiles and north korea is calling its test a first response to u.s. hostility. >> the senate armed services committee is scheduled to vote on the confirmation of chuck hagel today as our nation's next secretary of defense. the vote is likely to come down to 14-12 a split along party lines with republicans against. some want to oppose the nomination, but doesn't look like republicans have support for a filibuster. harry reid is said to want a full vote by tomorrow or thursday. tonight is the president's state of the union address. i'll have more on what to watch for, who's going to be there and whether or not the speech really matters. we're back after the break. stay with us. what we need are people prepared for the careers of our new economy. by 2025 we cou
to the last caller whenever he was talking about the drone initiative. let me just say this. i'm a u.s. sailor, retired. disabled veteran. and it kills me that folks who have never been in the military want to talk about how we conduct business. >> stephanie: right. thomas i've gotten a lot of e-mails and calls with the same point basically that the military's going to use whatever tools they have at their disposal to save lives. most soldiers say it saves a lot of american soldiers' lives. >> caller: that's what it's supposed to do. >> stephanie: tom what i'm saying is i get the point as americans, we don't care about civilian casualties. we do. we always historically have. it is not wrong that it troubles people right? >> caller: right. it's not wrong but in the same sense, whenever you go to yemen and you teach people how to kill us you commit an act of treason. you get put on that list. and to make another point see it took our president two years to find osama bin laden. george bush and dick cheney and rumsfeld, we had him in afghanistan. then they called us off. but like the last caller
hearing was it as informative as the one following the nine u.s. embassies consulate attacks hash tag never mind. there's just no context. nine u.s. embassies in consulate attacked during bush. if you want to go back further into context in an 18-month period when reagan was president, three separate u.s. embassies or barracks were attacked in beirut. over 300 americans were killed. not just the marines but others. >> stephanie: right. >> 18 months. after the third one reagan campaigned in iowa the next day. reporters asked him did you think about not campaigning today. he said no. we need to campaign today. so you know, the double standard throughout history is so glaring and there were no hearings, of course, during the bush years when embassies and consulates were attacked. >> most upset about benghazi are the people who voted for -- for embassy security. >> and -- the republican party -- everyone forgets about this now. that try to block the 9-11 commission investigation. dick cheney was on the phone with daschle, with democrats saying this investigation is not going to happen. >>
] >> stephanie: too late. the u.s.a. is blown up because i forgot -- >> where is my water. >> stephanie: where the hell -- >> paul in omaha. you're on "the stephanie miller show." hello, paul. >> caller: good morning mama, good morning mooks. i saw marco rubio taking that poland springs and it occurred to me. you know who else wanted poland springs? >> hitler. >> i came here for the water. there are no waters here. i was misinformed! >> so he takes -- >> stephanie: marco rubio misplace poland spring. poland misplaced for weapons of mass -- that they didn't have. [ whatever! ] >> that was funky. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: brian in charlotte. hello, brian. >> caller: i haven't listened live in a long time. i wanted to let you guys know you're great as usual. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: the reason why rubio and -- before him paul ryan both had to drink that water nervously is because they know they're getting fact checked into oblivion. >> stephanie: it's true. your congressman you senators, you speak for a living. you're right. if you lack confidence in what you're saying or your ideas -
with. 14 years ago this week, bill clinton was acquitted by the u.s. senate on his impeachment trial. only one of they say congressman ever made it to the senate in those efforts. who was that congressman? lindsey graham. famous trying to humiliate democrats, trying to do the same thing now. stephanie: give him the vapors. >> lindsey graham is my favorite tennessee protagonist. stephanie: and here he is, doing his catherine help burn impression. >> this is showing a chip on one shoulder about israel, an unhealthy statement to say the least and i think patently false but unnerving to a guy like me. >> all right thanks. stephanie: pardon me? >> summer's eve could sell lindsey graham, he's like brick in cat on a hot tin roof. >> that's not the character i was thinking of. stephanie: the thing we're all wondering, what is jay think? >> people are trying to say that and blame me as being the bad guy causing a filibuster. that's not the case at all. stephanie: just when you think he reached the last level level douche baggery. he was saying there's nothing icky in their entire family tree
with tony blair that basically they were saying the u.s. has already decided to invade and you know, the u.s. is just going to be interested in justifying a war rather than preventing it. as you said, how does the american press respond? it yawned. >> five weeks. virtually no mention. that was leaked in may of 2005. it was a very big deal. as you said, it was memos from august, before the war. and blair is meeting with his top advisers in d.c. they said by the way we're going to war. everything you're hearing is a snow job. they're fixing the intelligence around this invasion. so this was like the holy grail. it is like what everyone had assumed and for five weeks the american press did nothing. and you know, i was in islam at the time. i remember reporting that. i got comments from a. p. and "usa today." they admitted we totally blew it. we should have done it. but that was the mindset. you were not supposed to push back. you were not supposed to uncover this gigantic lie at the center of the iraq war. >> stephanie: think how many people would be alive if the press had done their job. that
to beef up securities at u.s. embassies abroad. state has asked for $2.4 billion for immediate needs. iranian president is in egypt today becoming the first iranian president to visit the country since the islamic revolution in 1979. the two will attend the organization of it islamic cooperation, a summit beginning tomorrow. we're back after the break. stay with us. ♪ alright, in 15 minutes we're going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i'm going to be the first one to call them out. they can question whether i'm right, but i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. rich, chewy caramel rolled up in smooth milk chocolate. don't forget about that payroll meeting. rolo.get your smooth on. also in minis. [♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller
, you know, economics. wedding industry could make $17 billion off gay marriage, the amount the u.s. wedding industry would gain. that was one of the issues you really led on. you must feel amazing. >> i feel amazing particularly watching what happened yesterday where 80 republicans, current and former republican leaders, a lot of players in the mccain campaign murphy, schmidt and others active in the republican party as consultants signing up on an amicus brief in support of our efforts as it relates to proposition 8. so you know, it is evolving at a remarkable rate and speed. you think back. it is a good reminder -- >> stephanie: back when you were the sheik -- >> back, my year of birth in 1967 when blacks couldn't marry whites until richard decided to break the law fall in love with mildred jeter. people need to remember this. the judge in that case, he was sentenced to a year in prison for marrying mildred. the judge said god sir god sir, put different races on different continents for a reason. god never wanted the races to mix. literally, i'm paraphrasing but that's almost ver
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